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Background and activities
I am a PhD candidate in linguistics at the Department of Language and Literature. My PhD project investigates the acquisition of French as a third language in Norway, where most people already speak English as their second language. In my research, I use different methods, both online and offline, including self-paced reading and acceptability judgments. The aim of my project is to determine what factors influence how the native language and a second language respectively influence the acquisition of a third language.
I am affiliated with the research groups AcqVA and FANT, and I am also a member of the Øy(e)Lab // EyeLands Lab. Since 2017, I have been teaching courses in English linguistics on campus and online (see below).
Teacher education in English and French, NTNU.
- ENG1201 Proficiency and Grammar
- ENG1101 Linguistics
- ENG1001 Global English
- ENG2123 Translation
- ENG2153 Language Acquisition
- ENG6010 Proficiency
- ENG6020 Linguistics and Language Acquisition
- ENG6023 Global English
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2021) Learning Island-insensitivity from the input: A corpus analysis of child- and youth-directed text in Norwegian. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics. vol. 6 (1).
- (2018) Linselusa: Hodelusa- Når språkforvirring går til hodet... Insektnytt. vol. 43 (3/4).
- (2017) Left Dislocation in L2 English: L1-effects at the syntax-discourse interface. 2017.
- (2019) En konstruksjon vi ikke ennå forstår hva er: en korpusstudie av syntaktiske øybrudd i norsk. Møte om norsk språk (MONS18) . NTNU; Trondheim. 2019-11-27 - 2019-11-29.
- (2018) Left Dislocation in L2 English: L1-effects at the syntax-discourse interface. 3rd Norwegian Graduate Student Conference in Linguistics and Philology . LingPhil; University of Oslo. 2018-02-15 - 2018-02-16.